Eric Halvorson, who lost his job at WISH-TV late last year after 32 years an anchorman and reporter, has been hired by the Kroger Co.
Elbert Tucker said Friday he couldn’t pass up an opportunity to take the same position at a station in his home state of Tennessee.
Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders have bought TV time on Indianapolis stations. So have the Club for Growth, Our Principles and Trusted Leadership PACs.
WISH’s Les Vann and WTTV/WXIN’s Kerri Cavanaugh received high-profile industry awards as their stations made major changes in 2015.
The Federal Communications Commission is seeking to buy spectrum space to sell to wireless, broadband and other technology and communications companies. And they appear willing to pay big bucks to get it.
Longtime anchorman Eric Halvorson said he wasn’t given a reason why his contract wasn’t extended by WISH-TV Channel 8, which lost its affiliation with CBS at the beginning of the year.
Elbert Tucker, who spent much of his 30-year TV news career leading stations in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, has been named news director, WISH-TV Channel 8 and sister station WNDY-TV Channel 23 announced Tuesday.
It’s not clear if Steve Bray is stepping down or was terminated at WISH-TV Channel 8, but sources said he has agreed to stay through the critical television ratings sweeps period, which concludes May 20.
The people behind locally produced “Pet Pals TV” launched a television show last month aimed at central Indiana baby boomers. “Boomer TV” is off to such a fast start, the show’s creators already have an eye on taking it national.